Kenneth Lay, the Enron guy who was found guilty and would be sentenced in October, died this morning, at his "vacation" home in CO. This sad, but he died of a heart attack. Can anyone say they're surprised? I'm sure his job was stressful, so stressful he lied about it multiple times.
It is sad when people die, he has family, friends, etc. but it's probably better to die happy now in a vacation home than in prison, serving a life sentence, maybe.